Pune Data Conference 2018 is a one-day conference on 31st March, at Westin Pune, from 8:30am to 6pm. It features 3 tracks of talks from topics in big-data, AI and ML, IoT, Cloud and Containerization.
For more details, check out the schedule of the talks, and the list of featured speakers. This is the second year of PDC. You can also check out the highlights of PDC 2017.
CROSS Open-Source Awards
PDC 2018 will also feature the CROSS Awards—Corporate Responsibility for Open Source Software, to recognize the open source contributions to the community and motivate others to become open source contributors.
The 3 categories, in which you can nominate yourself or your organization are:
1. Best Individual Contributor Award
2. Best Local Meetup Group Award
3. Best All Round Community Contributor Award
Please nominate yourself or your organization here.
Fees and Registration
This is a paid event. You can buy tickets here until 29th March.
The event is on 31st March, at Westin Pune, from 8:30am to 6pm. For further details, see the event website, or email: email@example.com
Big Data has a Billion Dollar market and expected to create 4.4 Million IT jobs globally by 2015. This Big Data conference is a step-by-step guide on critical aspects that the IT professionals and students must know. The take-away from the conference will be 360 degree overview on technologies and applications in Big Data domain.
- Perspective on Big Data by Anand Deshpande, Persistent
- Tools and techniques:
- Learn about Hadoop, Hive etc. by Kalpak Shah, Clogeny
- Data Warehousing and Big Data by Akshay Bogawat, Infosys
- Big Data and Analytics Implementation:
- Retail Sector by Deepak Badhani, Sears
- Media and Publishing by Sayali Kulkarni, PubMatic
- Enterprise by Karan Gujral, IBM
- Big Data, Big Challenges by Roby John (Tap-to-Learn), Girish Mujumdar (VMWare), Karan Gujral (IBM), etc.
Fees and Registration
This event is open for anybody to attend. Fees: Rs. 800 for CSI members, and Rs. 1000 for others. Please register here
(Note: PuneTech has a policy of not promoting paid events, but in this case, the fees are reasonable, and CSI is a non-commercial organization, so we felt an exception was justified.)